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The Beer Log: blending our own Geuze at Lindemans Jonny has the honour of blending his own geuze using lambic straight from the barrel at Lindemans - join him for a 30 second course in geuze as well as a walk through the different ages of lambic. Now we wait three years for it to carbonate and taste its best. See you then! Buy our new book, Beer School, today: USA (Amazon): http://tinyurl.com/zbjx4sn UK (Amazon): http://tinyurl.com/zksjmdf UK with beer (Beer Merchants): http://tinyurl.com/j4vmps6 Europe (Beer Merchants): http://tinyurl.com/jy6fr2y Check out our partners at http://www.beermerchants.com Twitter – @beerchannel Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/thecraftbeerchannel Instagram – @jonnygarrett @mrbradevans Remember to drink responsibly(ish) and not be that guy...
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Lindemans Brewery (1 year ago)
Thanks for the visit! Please let us know how it tastes in 2020! :)
Josh Whitaker (1 year ago)
Looking forward to the 2020 tasting video! Maybe by then I'll have the opportunity to cross the pond and attend one of these events! Until then, cheers!
The Full Mug (1 year ago)
I saw they were doing that but I didn't dare... Looks a lovely blend Can't wait to see you try it. Have you had the megablend from this tour 2017? I found it very "soft" but with lots of complexity. Brought a bottle to let it age. Cheers!
+The Full Mug sure did. It was fricking gorgeous. Very smooth indeed! I didn't get any to age but beer merchants has lots.
Great video!
Tales Of Froth (1 year ago)
What about the yeast for refermentation in the bottle? Didn't see that going in or is there enough in the young lambic for that to happen? Cheers and thanks for sharing lads.
Tales Of Froth (1 year ago)
The Craft Beer Channel Good to know. Thanks lads. 🍻
+Tales Of Froth yeah there is enough sugar in the 12 month lambic to kick it off but it takes 3 months instead of a week!
Wiggo Karlsen (1 year ago)
Nice, see you in 2020... Great stuff man!!
William Victor (1 year ago)
Amazing video, looked so fun! Just wondering: was there no concern about oxidization during that funnel pour into the bottle?
William Victor (1 year ago)
Interesting! Thanks for the reply and cheers!
To be honest, oxidation on lambics isn't half the issue it is for hoppy and non-wild beers. It's oxidised PLENTY over the the 3 years in barrel and is part of the flavour!
Tasty Tales (1 year ago)
That's pretty cool, I guess we also have to visit Lindemans in the near future! :) Would love to shoot a short film there!
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TheJbaxter33 (1 year ago)
I'd love to have done that. What a cool idea. How much was it to do & does it actually take 3 years to ferment or can you drink it sooner? Great video
It will take about 3 months to carbonate, so at that point it's drinkable but if ask any brewer they say age their geuze and drink their fruited lambics fresh (with some exceptions) so we'll leave ours as long as we can! I think it was 10 euros to do it but memory is...hazy.
Bax (1 year ago)
Geuze on film. Good name!
Took nearly as long to come up with as the geuze will take to age out.
The beer journal (1 year ago)
What an experience!! So envious right now lol
haha, I would be too!
Bill (1 year ago)
Should this be stored upright or on its side?
Bill (1 year ago)
I heard that you should keep them upright for a year and then lay them down after. It reduces pellicle surface area when sugars are added to not alter the taste too drastically?
We usually store all our beers upright (capped or corked) as it reduces oxidation surface and contact with cork/metal. However, when conditioning their beers the lambic breweries do it sideways we we're doing that too! It's all in our book if you don't have it! HARD SEEEELLLLLLLLLLL.
Cam Stansell (1 year ago)
awesome !! can anybody do this? cant see it on their website :(
I think it's only on Toer De Geuze days, so the next chance is May 2019!
Doctor Handsome (1 year ago)
That pronunciation of "oud" just cracked me up.
+Doctor Handsome ooooooood
Jon (1 year ago)
That's so cool. Great name for a beer too 🍺
+Jon haha thanks!
A Sunny Disposition (1 year ago)
Dude!! That is such a cool experience! Nicely done as usual. Cheers Jonny!! P.S. Are you using a GoPro to film this?
Brew Stories have you been calling it go-sa? And yes we did. Haven't road tested it yet though.
Brew Stories (1 year ago)
Did you purchase the RØDE Lavalier Mic? Also, this latest video confirms, us daft Geordie's have been pronouncing Geuze wrong!
+A Sunny Disposition mobile phone! Just got a levalier Mic for it to improve audio.
Kyle Legg (1 year ago)
WOOT WOOT! I cheated and didn't use the "mandatory" 250ml of 10 month old. hehe. I'm all about the old lambic! It was a fun event!
+Kyle Legg well all that will happen is you'll have a flat lambic like hanssens. Still beautiful!
How would you have blended yours beer lovers?!
+diyhomebrewguy i belieeeeve
diyhomebrewguy (1 year ago)
I let you know in a few years after I build a cool ship in my attic and have several beers to blend. IT WILL HAPPEN!
Kevin O'Donnell (1 year ago)
The Craft Beer Channel wee bit extra of number 2 😂

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